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for presidential election. >>> governor brown and other state leaders are on a final push to pass prop 30. ahead in 11 minutes the late surprise twist that may innuance some voters deciding the pif toll state measure. >>> a south bay principal today was sentence today probation, not jail time, after being convicted for failing to report suspected child abuse by a teacher. lynn vijayendran sat quietly this afternoon after the jury's guilty verdict was read. vijayendran was the principal at san jose's elementary school. she testified she blooefd teacher craig chandler when he said he blindfolded a young student and touched her as part of a lesson on helen keller. members of the jury said today vijayendran didn't do what she should have. >> when you have the responsibility of huns of children in your care, you can't afford to drop the ball at an important moment like that. it was just -- it was -- she got horrible advice from hr, and she didn't do what she knew she should do. >> along with two years' probation, vijayendran was also sentenced to pay $600 in fines and restitution and serve 100 hour o
the state $130 million a year. >>> california governor jerry brown made a last minute push in san francisco for his tax measure on next week's state- wide ballot. >> vote yes on 30. >> the governor made the case for measure 30. the measure would provide funding to california schools. if it fails, automatic trigger cuts will kick in costing schools something $6 billion. they said that the legislature could reverse those cuts but the governor said today that he would never sign that bill. mitt romney is prom promising real change and bipartisanship if he's elected. >> i'm going to be with democrat, much more frequently than that, because we're going to have to work together. >> the former massachusetts governor held three campaign events in virginia today where polls show a very close race. whereas president obama returned to the campaign trail in benefits. >> he says that he's the candidate of change. well, let me tell you, wisconsin we know what change looks like. and what the governor is offering, sure ain't change. >> new york's mayor michael bloomberg endorsed president obama for electio
for the justice department to recognize the sovereignty of the states. >> reporter: gooder brown's comments come on the shoulder of washington state and colorado's legalization of marijuana. >> that should send a message that this is a mainstream issue and they may need to get on board of the will of voters. >> reporter: erin smith with the national cannabis industry association hopes that it prompts federal change. >> if they care about the will of the voters and the sovereignty of the states and their own political future, they will back off. >> i just hope that the medical cannabis collectives in california can hang on until that happens. >> and it could be a long wait because the marijuana advocates don't expect for it to come before the votes before 2016. as the federal government stands, the justice departments says it's only reviewing what the voters said on election day. in oakland, ktvu news. >> leaders in latin america are calling for a mexico, honduras, and in countries leaders say that had legalization of marijuana in washington and colorado will have critical implications in interna
truck and a bathroom on wheels. it's the third auction since governor brown ordered the sale of nonessential vehicles. so far, the state's made more than a million dollars on the sales. the auction's scheduled to be held on the second monday of the month until the vehicles are gone. >>> a group of san franciscoans -- filed a federal law suit in an everett to stop the ban. about a dozen people. saying the takes away their freedom of expression. supervisors are scheduled it vote on the ordinance next tuesday, the proposed ban does allow a lot some public nudity at festival in the city. >>> excitement tonight. less than five hours before commercial crabbing begins from bodega bay to half moon bay. what consumers and fisher men keep expect this year. >> all day, bay area fitcher men hurried to load their boats with these 45-pound pods. >> we're getting the gear out. we're getting the gear set, we're going to work. >> and in spectacular weather. they're dropping the pots off shore. it's first out, internal revenue service in. our cameras were there early this morning after the fis
tracking all of that rain. >> yes. tracking two storms. >>> moderate downpours. heavier brown powers in marin county. close to san rafael. the rates have been picking up in the last few minutes, closer to magnolia around larksberg as well. sanoma county area, santa rosa. at last check, reporting light rain in this area, cover for a good portion of the region. sanfrancisco, one cell moving out. you will notice activity spreading across the east bay. heading out to the north. now, the result, the rainfall rates are diminishing in that part of the region. scattered rain showers. more activity in parts of the south bay closer to the santa cruz mountains and around morgan hill. so, that is a factor right now. the rainfall, moderate to heavy at times, the focus is in the northern half of the region. temperatures first thing in the morning, the main event with the first storm will be out of here. possibility of a few scattered showers first thing in the morning. once again, the wetter pat upper, storm number one, a warm one moving in right now. storm number 2. moving to the north and to the
with martinez, a tree fell on a power line, there on 32nd and brown street residents say that it took p.g.g. crews several hours to respond. we'll check with janet live here in just minutes. but in the meantime, to contra costa county. p.g. is telling us that there are about 15,000 customers that lost power this evening in the bay area, but again it was rain throughout the first half of the day. and boy, that's exactly what our chief meteorologist bill martin called for. bill, you told us that it would clear up by noon, and it did. >> [inaudible] that gave us a break -- the heaviest an inch of rain -- the upshot to that, the rainfall came under the estimates. so the rain not as heavy as expected. so that's good for the first of these heavy weather systems. if you take a look at the rainfall systems, heavy rain, but livermore, quarter of an inch. just an inch of rain in lowland. we're getting a break, there's the system as it moves out of the area. and you see that blue sky, we're going to get about scoffers of dry in the bay area. we've got all the live radars going, we've got reno, and
with governor brown. the proposal is meant to open up space for incoming students by encouraging current students to graduate on time. >>> the governor is set to attend tomorrow's university of california regions meeting in san francisco. the passing of governor's prop 30. as we reported last week for you, student protesters also plan to appear at that regents meeting. it's being held at uc's mission bay campus. >>> at this hour the school district's governing board is meeting behind closed doors to discuss lawsuit ts brought by three women who claim it had district fail today act on reported allegations of sexual abuse by a teefrp. christian is one of the three women who filed the suit. she says she was abused while a student in the 1990s. she's seeking unspecified damages. the suits filed by other former students ask for $15 million. >>> police in richmond say they hope to make their city streets a little safer with new surveillance cameras. the business announced today four new cameras will be installed on 23rd street. two other cameras have been in place there for two months now and
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